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Downtown Manhattan Manhattan, NY Private Investigator and Process Server

Downtown Manhattan also popularly known as Lower Manhattan, is located in the central district of culture, government, and business of New York City, specifically in the southernmost area of Manhattan, which in turn in 1624 originated in the southern tip of the island of Manhattan forming part of what is now the Financial District.

In 2018 an estimate was calculated of the population growth of the Financial District resulting in some 61,000 residents, compared to 2014 when there were 43,000 people which almost doubles the number recorded in the 2000 Census with 23,000 inhabitants. The postal numbers are 10012, 10013, 10005, 10006, 10014, 10038, 10280, 10004 and 10007.Most commonly, the Downtown Manhattan neighborhood is bounded to the east by the East River, to the west by the Hudson River, to the south by the New York Harbor that also bears the name Upper New York Bay, and to the north by 14th Street.

To refer more specifically to the location of the business district and its adjacent areas, it can be said that it is established from the east near the Hudson River to the overpass and the entrances to the Brooklyn Bridge, approximately one and a half-mile south on 14th Street, and one mile north of the southern tip of the island.The Downtown Manhattan area is composed of several historic sites and many high-rise buildings, including the National Museum of the American Indian, Castle Garden, Federal Hall, former U.S. Customs, Bowling Green, the New York Stock Exchange, the South Street Seaport, among others.

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